Andrew M. Greeley

Andrew M. Greeley: Selected full-text books and articles

Sociology and Religion: A Collection of Readings By Andrew M. Greeley HarperCollins College Publishers, 1995
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The Mary Myth: On the Femininity of God By Andrew M. Greeley Seabury Press, 1977
The Jesus Myth By Andrew M. Greeley Doubleday, 1971
The Sinai Myth By Andrew M. Greeley Doubleday, 1972
A CLOAK OF MANY COLORS : The End of Beige Catholicism By Greeley, Andrew M Commonweal, Vol. 128, No. 19, November 9, 2001
New Horizons for the Priesthood By Andrew M. Greeley Sheed & Ward, 1970
The New Agenda By Andrew M. Greeley Doubleday, 1973
The Church and the Suburbs By Andrew M. Greeley Paulist Press, 1963 (Revised edition)
Can Catholic Schools Survive? By William E. Brown; Andrew M. Greeley Sheed and Ward, 1970
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